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Experts are, right now, reviewing the police investigation into Cary Owsley’s death; they have already found major flaws with the process.

POLICE RELEASED THE INFORMATION FROM THEIR INVESTIGATION OF THE SHOOTING DEATH OF CARY OWSLEY TO US.

THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION IS FROM THE ‘VAST EVIDENCE” PROSECUTOR BILL NASH REFERRED TO IN THE REPUBLIC ON SATURDAY. HE CALLED ME “IRRESPONSIBLE.”I WILL WAIT FOR HIS APOLOGY.

“This investigation was not exactly up to our standards,” Sheriff Mark Gorbett.

This is the evidence the Bartholomew County Sheriff’s Department collected. Nearly all of it collected in a days and weeks AFTER Cary’s death. NO FORENSIC EVIDENCE WAS PERSERVED ON THE DAY OF CARY’S DEATH. NONE!!

• Deputy Dewayne Jaynes, Sr. the ex-husband of Cary’s wife and the father of her adult children (Cary had been in disagreements for weeks with his wife and her sons) was on the scene and “assisting” in the collecting of evidence (he actually files a report confirming this) CONFLICT OF INTEREST!

• The toxicology test was done AFTER Cary was embalmed. AFTER!!

• The bullet was never taken from the scene, found by one of the people who lived in the house and then LOST. LOST, the police don’t have it. (Police collected statements from the people who both found and lost it).

• The diagram of the trajectory of the bullet could be “a little off” because police did not create the diagram until AFTER the bullet hole in the wall was filled in.

• There are NO photos of the body or bullet wound. “I would have done that differently if I were on the scene,” said Gorbett. This is important to prove a contact wound. Police told me, in front of a witness, that they could not confirm or deny “stippling” of the skin because there are no photos. One officer and the funeral home worker are now saying they remember seeing stippling. PROVE IT!

• Cary’s clothes were not kept for evidence. The clothes can prove if the gunshot was a contact wound. They were thrown away after Coroner Larry Fisher took the body himself, not to the hospital or morgue, but to the funeral home. 

• “The crime scene photos are of poor quality and also not up to our standards,” said Gorbett. Police records show their camera was malfunctioning as they were trying to take pictures at the scene. 

• The chair Cary was sitting in when he died was thrown away before it could be tested. 

• Police confirm that they did not canvas the neighborhood the day of the shooting and didn’t start asking the neighbors questions about what they remembered from that day until days later 

• Police confirm they did not put up yellow tape to protect evidence. 

• Police confirm they did not do gunshot residue tests on anyone’s hands

• Police are asking us to believe that the polygraphs their department gave to two of the people in the house are accurate. ONE PERSON PASSED, THE OTHER WAS INCONCLUSIVE. We believe that all the other evidence presented to us was slanted to justify an outcome it doesn’t prove, why would these tests be any different?

Sadly after reading some of the witness statements police collected you can see that Cary was much more frustrated and unhappy than any of us imagined. Those witnesses confirm that he had been called a “nigger” several times by the people he was living with.

Witness: “and him being black they (wife’s sons) didn’t like that fact. They called him a nigger.”

Police: “to his face?”

Witness: “Oh, yeah”

Witness: “they didn’t like the fact that he was black and he was with their mother.”

Witness: “him and Lisa were having problems. He needed a place to live.”

Witness: “they were, kind of ruling the house.”

Police: “her kids?”

Witness: “yes.”

Cary kept talking to people about being disrespected in those statements. Both of the counselors he was seeing, one for pain management and one for family problems, told police they DO NOT believe that Cary was in a place to commit suicide, but he had mentioned it over the months before his death. At one point, doctors had him on antidepressant that made him respond this way. They immediately took him off of it. He was not taking it when he died. I AGREE WITH HIS COUNSELORS. WE DO NOT BELIEVE HE KILLED HIMSELF!

Remember the timeline of the morning he died:

Cary called his sons to rent a storage unit

Called friends to come to help him move

With his truck half loaded we are supposed to believe he stopped and shot himself.

THIS STORY REMAINS ABOUT THE POSSIBILTY OF MURDER. THE INVESTIGATION WAS BOTCHED SO, THE TRUTH IS STILL IN THE GRAVE!!

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